Davis v. State of Ohio, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Case No. CV96-312322
opinion, order, motion in limine, Pastor Ernie Sanders, Richard Eberling, 1954 inquest, Roger Marsters, Fray homicide, spoliation, evidentiary rulings, alleged Eberling homicides, evidence of prior acquittal, discovery, Sam's guilt
Judge Suster's memorandum opinion detailing the rationale for the court's decisions on:
- plaintiff's motion to exclude testimony of Pastor Ernie Sanders
- state's motion to exclude evidence of other alleged homicides of Richard Eberling
- defendant's motion to exclude evidence of prior acquittal and proceedings
- plaintiff's motion to exclude evidence from coroner's inquest
- defendant's motion to exclude opinion testimony of Samuel Sheppard's guilt or innocence
- plaintiff's motion to exclude testimony of Roger Marsters
- defendant's oral motion for an adverse inference instruction on spoliation
- defendant's motion to exclude exhibits (old numbers) 3, 4, 8, 9, etc.
- defendant's motion to exclude exhibits (old numbers) 5, 7, and 88
- defendant's motion to exclude exhibits (old numbers) 65, 66, 67, etc.
- motion to compel production of Fray homicide file.
Suster, Judge Ronald, "Memorandum Opinion Regarding Motions in Limine (Eberling Other Acts, Pastor Sanders, Prior Acquittal and Proceedings, Coroner Inquest, Opinions as to Guilt/Innocence, Roger Marsters)" (2000). 1995-2002 Court Filings. 119.